Aleena Headrick finds KFC bucket on her front lawn.
*There are plenty of people out there that have a favorite fast food restaurant they may even frequent every day.
But, it’s probably safe to say that they don’t want to advertise for the restaurant on their front lawn.
Aleena Headrick lives in Waynesboro, Georgia, where Kentucky Fried Chicken is likely a popular restaurant.
But, when she was passing her home in her car one days she spotted a 7-foot “Kentucky Fried Chicken” bucket in her front yard, according to a report from local NBC affiliate WAGT channel 26.
Headrick jumped on the horn and called her teenage children and told them to come outside and tell her what they see and indeed it was not a mirage.
They were all seeing a chicken bucket!
Georgia woman, Ann Wiley, is $300 million in debt due to a Sun Trust bank error.
*The banks are charging us more and more every day in fees just to hold our money for us.
But as the fees get steeper the services get more shoddy… and downright disastrous.
Georgia native, Ann Wiley, had problems paying a bill online and thought, “Hey, I’d better check my account.”
Well, she discovered that there was more of a deficit in her account than she thought. Courtesy of Sun Trust bank, she was $100 million in debt. But then, it didn’t stop there.
The debt doubled, then tripled over night with hundreds of millions deducted from her checking and savings. Wiley is not even a close friend of Oprah, so the debt was more money than she had ever seen attached to her name.
John McNeil (center) leaving prison after six years for defending his family and his home from Brian Epp, who he shot and killed after he threatened him and his son with a knife.
*George Zimmerman is preparing to have another status hearing tomorrow on his murder trial set to begin June 10.
The state’s attorney requested Zimmerman’s presence so that the court can ensure he approves the defense waiving his right to an immunity hearing, but also so the prosecution can determine what he is planning to do with the Stand Your Ground law.
But, as we prepare for this detrimental case, there is another case that should remain on our minds. The John McNeil case should set the tone for the trial, but it is only similar because Zimmerman used the Stand Your Ground law as his defense. McNeil had an authentic Stand Your Ground case.
John McNeil’s 19-year-old son was being threatened with a knife by an intruder, Brian Epp, who had once worked for McNeil as a contractor and had previous disagreements with him. Epp had been lurking around McNeil’s Georgia property and his wife, who was suffering from cancer, was interviewed saying that Epp called 911 and notified them that he was on his way home and obviously that Epp was on his property, according to Think Progress.
Wilcox County High School holds first integrated prom, Saturday, April 27, 2013.
*There is good news this morning!
The Wilcox County High School in Georgia finally pulled off their first integrated prom and it appears that fun times were had by all.
The quartet of friends, two black, two white, Stephanie Sinnot, Quanesha Wallace, Keela Bloodworth, and Mareshia Rucker, we originally reported on April 5, pulled it off!
The flyers they had torn off walls, the lack of support from the governor and parents, did not stop them and they partied TOGETHER at their prom, Saturday, April 27, 2013.
*“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free” must only apply to a small area around the Statue of Liberty where it’s printed because some states are not being so friendly or welcoming to those arriving in the country.
According to CBS Atlanta, a billboard was placed along Bellsferry Road in Canton, Georgia, telling illegal immigrants to keep on trekking through the state to South Carolina if they are looking for jobs because the jobs there are for those who are residents of the area.
The Dustin Inman Society, lead by D.A. King, is responsible for the sign which reads in big, bold print: ”South Carolina Welcomes the Undocumented.”